How a Police Report May Affect Your Auto Accident Case

When the police respond to an auto accident scene, they generate a report that contains a mixture of facts and opinion on the crash. The police report is not the final authority on the accident, but the report can affect your accident more


Phone and Email Scams: What You Need to Know

People across the world deal with phone and email scams every day. Unfortunately, scams like these deceive millions of dollars out of unsuspecting people. Scammers will successfully use fear, play on the victim's emotions, and talk them into sending money to unauthorized more


Slip-and-Fall Accident on Commercial Property: What to Know

A slip-and-fall accident and injury will have a significant impact on anyone. This sort of injury results in a lot of confusion about paying for the subsequent medical expenses, particularly when the accident happens on commercial property. You may have many questions about your next steps after a slip-and-fall accident more

Exploring Different Types of Real Estate Fraud

Whether you are buying or selling a home, you are surely excited for the new adventure you are about to embark on. Real estate can prove to be tricky, and learning to navigate the industry takes hard work. For this reason, many people turn to real estate professionals to guide them through the process more

5 Questions to Consider When Filing a Wrongful Death Suit

When someone else's negligence results in a loved one's death, it may constitute wrongful death. Depending on your relationship to the deceased, you may be entitled to financial compensation as a result of a wrongful death more

 Bad Faith Insurance Claims: Why You Need an Attorney

When you are a policyholder with an insurance company, you pay your premiums with the expectation you have protection. You have insurance to pay for losses in a fire, car accident, and the like.While an insurance company should treat you fairly and honor all valid policy claims, they will sometimes fail to do so during the investigation process and not pay the policyholders. When this occurs, this is what you call a bad faith insurance more

Medication Errors: What Qualifies as Medical Malpractice

Americans filled 4.5 billion prescriptions in 2016, and the number of drugs dispensed increases every year. The jump is not surprising considering the growth in population and baby boomers entering their senior years. It is also not surprising that mistakes sometimes occur. But medical malpractice is about more than just a mistake. Here is how to know if you need to file a more

Fighting a DUI Charge: What Options Are Available?

A DUI charge can have serious ramifications, including jail time, hefty fines, and suspension of your driver's license. However, an experienced DUI attorney can help you fight the charge and avoid potentially life-changing consequences.

Here are common defense strategies your attorney may use to prevent a DUI more

Defending Against Assault Charges

Few people go out for a night of fun or spend time with friends with the intention of committing assault. Even fewer people expect to be wrongfully accused of assault. Unfortunately, these incidents can happen quickly, leaving you confused and unsure of what to do.

Assault is a serious issue, and understanding the charges levied against you is key to building an adequate defense. While you certainly can find possible defenses against these more...

Signs Your Parent Is Being Abused In a Nursing Home

Placing your parent in a nursing home so your loved one could receive round-the-clock care was likely not a decision you came to lightly. You researched your parent's nursing home for credibility, cleanliness, and patient satisfaction. You've done everything you can to ensure your parent is in a loving, professional medical environment, yet you still have concerns over their more...

3 Differences Between Motorcycle and Car Accident Personal Injury Claims

Automotive accidents are all too common in the United States. These incidents put participants at high risk of serious injury or even death. In 2016, traffic accidents claimed approximately 40,000 lives and injured millions, according to the National Safety Council.

The odds for motorcycle riders are even more terrifying. Federal statistics from 2006 show that a there are 35 times more motorcycle rider deaths per mile traveled than car passenger more...

Evicting Tenants Who Won't Leave: What To Expect During The Eviction Process

There are many reasons why you would need to evict your tenants, with non-payment of rent or a lease expiration being among the most common. When you send an eviction notice to your tenant, you begin the process of having your renters move out.

If all goes well, your renters will quietly and quickly exit your rental property, causing no fuss and leaving no messes more...

Major Red Flags of Home-Buying Scams

Home is such an important part of life. It's the place where we go to rest and relax in our daily lives, and it's often where we make the most intimate memories with family members. According to The Atlantic, the psychology of home is an important part of who we are. That's part of what makes real estate fraud an especially despicable thing. 

Unfortunately, real estate fraud is all too common. Be aware of the following red flags that may reveal scammers who are trying to defraud more...

Injured At a Private Pool? 4 Signs of Owner Negligence

Like many Californians, you may spend days in the swimming pool to help you beat the heat when temperatures start to climb during the summer months. Friends and family like to enjoy time together grilling and enjoying the water. However, the dark side of private pool enjoyment is the possibility of severe injury. Pool owners are actually liable for serious injuries and accidental drowning in many cases.

In the event you should become injured while using someone else's pool, or if a family member should accidentally fall in, here are some things to look to for that point to negligence on the part of the pool more...

Bicycle and Vehicle Collisions: What Cyclists Should Know About Liability and Fault

 If you are a cyclist who has been involved in an accident with another vehicle, your injuries might be substantial. Because you were riding a bike, you might have sustained much more harm than the driver of the car.

However, even though you have more injuries and a long road to recovery, deciding who is at fault for the accident and which parties are responsible for paying damages, including lost wages and medical bills, can sometimes be more complicated than you might think. Here's what you need to know about deciding fault and liability in a bicycle more...

Should You Hire a Lawyer for a Minor Car Accident? 

Most people know that after a major car accident, it's a good idea to hire an auto accident lawyer. A lawyer can hold insurance companies and other parties accountable. He or she can ensure you get adequate compensation to help you as you recover from your injuries.

But what about minor car accidents? Maybe you didn't suffer serious injuries or need to go to the hospital after the accident. However, an auto accident lawyer might still be able to help. Here are a few situations when it's still wise to talk to a lawyer. read more...

California Dog Bite Laws: How You Can Seek Compensation for a Dog Attack

If you or a family member has been attacked by a dog, you may now face a long road to recovery, including medical bills, injuries, and stress from the trauma.

Different states have different laws about how you can seek compensation for the damages of a dog attack. California's laws can help you hold the dog owner responsible for attacks under certain circumstances. Here's what you need to know about our state's dog bite laws and what paths are open to you after you've experienced this injury. read more...




New Landlords  Common Legal Mistakes That Could Get You Into Trouble

If you're taking the plunge into real estate investing by purchasing your first rental property, you know there are a few challenges ahead, including finding the right tenants and making sure the property is ready to move into. However, many new landlords make the mistake of simplifying the process of lease agreements, and they may not understand their legal boundaries. read more...






Buying a Home? 6 Tips to Avoid a Real-Estate Scam

When you plan to buy a home, you're anxious to find the right home at an affordable price. Unfortunately, real-estate scammers can use your impatience to their advantage. They can appear to give you a great deal while secretly scamming you out of your hard-earned money.

A real-estate scam can lead to a complicated legal entanglement that can only be resolved with the help of a real-estate lawyer.

As you look for a new home, follow these tips to prevent legal problems. read more...